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1 Assess, Review, Re-teach February 7 th 2012 Have a seat! Have a seat! Get out Journals Get out Journals Warm-up: Vocab Super Sleuth Warm-up: Vocab Super Sleuth Lesson Detail: (Go over) Open them to your section assessments page 459 from yesterday Lesson Detail: (Go over) Open them to your section assessments page 459 from yesterday Closing: CNN Student News Closing: CNN Student News

2 Korean Peninsula A body of land bordered by the yellow sea to the west, the east sea to the east, the Korea Strait to the south, and China and Russia to the north A body of land bordered by the yellow sea to the west, the east sea to the east, the Korea Strait to the south, and China and Russia to the north

3 Yalu River: The longest river on the Korean peninsula The longest river on the Korean peninsula

4 Cheju Islands Largest island off the southern coast of Korean Peninsula Largest island off the southern coast of Korean Peninsula Mount Paektu- the highest mountain on the Korean Peninsula Mount Paektu- the highest mountain on the Korean Peninsula

5 Sanctions sanctions are measures taken to stop or limit trade with another nation, in order to influence its policies or actions (internal or external). sanctions are measures taken to stop or limit trade with another nation, in order to influence its policies or actions (internal or external).

6 Typhoon A tropical storm that starts in western Pacific or Indian Oceans A tropical storm that starts in western Pacific or Indian Oceans

7 Three Kingdoms The three kingdoms that had formed on the Korean Peninsula The three kingdoms that had formed on the Korean Peninsula

8 Korean War A conflict between North Korea and the Soviet Union on one side and south Korea, the United States, and the UN on the other. A conflict between North Korea and the Soviet Union on one side and south Korea, the United States, and the UN on the other.

9 Demilitarized Zone A buffer zone between North Korea and South Korea A buffer zone between North Korea and South Korea What is a buffer zone is generally a zonal area that lies between two or more other areas (often, but not necessarily, countries), but depending on the type of buffer zone, the reason for it may be to segregate regions or to conjoin them. Common types of buffer zones are demilitarized zones, border zones What is a buffer zone is generally a zonal area that lies between two or more other areas (often, but not necessarily, countries), but depending on the type of buffer zone, the reason for it may be to segregate regions or to conjoin them. Common types of buffer zones are demilitarized zones, border zones zonal countries demilitarized zonesborder zones zonal countries demilitarized zonesborder zones

10 Communism A system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single, often authoritarian party holds power, claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people. A system of government in which the state plans and controls the economy and a single, often authoritarian party holds power, claiming to make progress toward a higher social order in which all goods are equally shared by the people.

11 Todays Objectives 7.01 Identify historical events such as invasions, conquests, and migrations and evaluate their relationship to current issues Identify historical events such as invasions, conquests, and migrations and evaluate their relationship to current issues Identify the concepts associated with culture such as language, religion, family, and ethnic identity, and analyze how they can link and separate societies Identify the concepts associated with culture such as language, religion, family, and ethnic identity, and analyze how they can link and separate societies.

12 Essential Question How can North Korea and South Korea overcome their differences and live in peace?

13 A Rugged Peninsula Pages Section Assessment Check answers/ copy down correct answers

14 1.Explain the importance of : Korean Peninsula Yalu River Mount Paektu Cheju Island

15 Answer: Korean Peninsula: body of land bordered by the Yellow Sea to the west, the East Sea to the east, The Korean Strait to the south, and China to the north Korean Peninsula: body of land bordered by the Yellow Sea to the west, the East Sea to the east, The Korean Strait to the south, and China to the north Yalu River: longest river on the Korean peninsula Yalu River: longest river on the Korean peninsula Mount Paektu: highest mountain on the Korean peninsula Mount Paektu: highest mountain on the Korean peninsula Cheju Island: largest island off the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula Cheju Island: largest island off the southern coast of the Korean Peninsula

16 2. Find Main Ideas: Use your completed web to answer the following question: What impact have people had on the vegetation on the Korean Peninsula?

17 Answer: People have destroyed much of the forestland! People have destroyed much of the forestland!

18 3. What are some of the major mountain ranges of the Korean Peninsula?

19 Answer: The Hamgyong, Nangnim, Taebaek, and Sobaek ranges The Hamgyong, Nangnim, Taebaek, and Sobaek ranges

20 4. Why did deforestation occur on the Korean Peninsula?

21 Answer: People cut down trees for construction, heating, and cooking People cut down trees for construction, heating, and cooking

22 5. What have Korean farmers done to try to make their soil more fertile?

23 Answer: Extensive use of irrigation and fertilizers Extensive use of irrigation and fertilizers

24 6. Draw Conclusions: How has the geography of the Korean Peninsula influenced Koreas culture?

25 Answer: The mountains and surrounding seas have discouraged invasion and isolated and protected Koreas people and distinct culture The mountains and surrounding seas have discouraged invasion and isolated and protected Koreas people and distinct culture

26 7. Compare and Contrast: How do the climates of North Korea and South Korea differ?

27 Answer: North Korea tends to have much colder winters North Korea tends to have much colder winters

28 8. Connect to Today: How has South Korea recently reduced its dependency on oil?

29 Answer: By building many new nuclear power plants, South Korea will not have to rely as much on petroleum-burning plants. As a result, the South Koreans will not have to import as much oil. By building many new nuclear power plants, South Korea will not have to rely as much on petroleum-burning plants. As a result, the South Koreans will not have to import as much oil.

30 Notes and discussion on North Koreas Culture and history

31 Strong Traditions, Modern Innovations: Discussion, notes, and intro to Korean History Turn to page 461 in text! Turn to page 461 in text! Title Notebook- Strong Traditions, Modern Innovations Title Notebook- Strong Traditions, Modern Innovations

32 Key Ideas from Section One: Korea lies on a peninsula, which provides a moderate climate and plentiful resources! Korea lies on a peninsula, which provides a moderate climate and plentiful resources!

33 Sanctions: what are sanctions? sanctions are measures taken to stop or limit trade with another nation, in order to influence its policies or actions (internal or external). sanctions are measures taken to stop or limit trade with another nation, in order to influence its policies or actions (internal or external).

34 Think, Pair, Share: Why are many Koreans still bitter about the Japanese occupation of Korea? Why are many Koreans still bitter about the Japanese occupation of Korea?

35 Answer to Think, Pair, Share (Japan ruled Korea very harshly and tried to diminish the influence of Korean culture) (Japan ruled Korea very harshly and tried to diminish the influence of Korean culture)

36 dex.html dex.html 1. According to the program: How has the Gulf Cooperation Council characterized the situation in Syria? What have the Syrian government and its opposition said about the violence? What action do you think that the Syrian activist heard in the program wants the world to take? What do you think might be the potential benefits and risks for him when he talks to the media from inside Syria? 1. According to the program: How has the Gulf Cooperation Council characterized the situation in Syria? What have the Syrian government and its opposition said about the violence? What action do you think that the Syrian activist heard in the program wants the world to take? What do you think might be the potential benefits and risks for him when he talks to the media from inside Syria?


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